The Rashomon-like legal battle between Phillipe Martinez's Ulysse Entertainment and his former business partners at Arthur Pictures and Paca Finance Counseil took a new turn Friday afternoon when…
"Killing Zoe," the Eric Stoltz/Julie Delpy indie thriller launched at Sundance, topped the awards at the Yubari Intl. Fantastic Adventure Film Festival in Japan. The Paris-set heist yarn bested a…
Stephen M. Race has been named senior VP of Philips Interactive Media, Philips Media's interactive software publishing unit.
As the AFCI continues to expand its membership, and military base closures offer unique opportunities for some film offices, new technology continues to be at the forefront of special concerns for…
World Films Inc. has acquired international rights to Jim Carroll's "The Basketball Diaries," starring Oscar-nominated actor Leonardo DiCaprio, the company announced Thursday at the American Film…
The Producers Entertainment Group has formed a development and packaging partnership with the personal management firm headed by veteran talent managers Roy Silver and Peter Golden.
Developed somewhat along the lines of a NAFTA agreement for the arts, the National Endowment for the Arts has decided to expand its artists residency program with Mexico to now include Canada.
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences announced that the ninth annual Don and Gee Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting has gotten under way and that as many as five $ 25,000 fellowships…
Tele-Communications Inc. president and CEO John Malone continued to rattle his saber at the Federal Communications Commission Thursday, calling the new cable rate rollbacks "probably illegal and…
"Fortress II," expected to be a hot title at the American Film Market, has instead been abruptly yanked out of the bidding action. Worldwide rights (excluding Australia/New Zealand) to the futuristic…